George Mason UniversitySchool of Business

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How Blockchain Will Disrupt The Real Estate Industry

You Will Learn:

A basic understanding of the blockchain and how it operates. 

How blockchain can impact every stage of the real estate transaction: allows direct interfacing between contractual parties; creates smart contracts that are self-administering; speeds the settlement process reducing friction and risk; and automates public real estate records.

The potential of cryptocurrencies as viable alternatives to traditional real estate financing.

Barriers to blockchain adoption and a disruption timeline for real estate.


Todd Miller is Vice President, US Business Development of ChromaWayChromaWay is introducing blockchain and smart contract technologies to real estate entities, land registries, and banks in Australia, Brazil, Sweden, and India.  

Drew Hinkes is a recognized authority on legal issues related to the emerging digital currency space. Drew is also an adjunct Professor of NYU Stern Business School and the School of Law, where he co-teaches "Blockchains, Digital Currencies and the Future of the Financial Services Industry" 

Venue:Founders Hall, Room 120 | 3351 N Fairfax Drive | Arlington, VA 22201
Starting:May 22nd 2018 at 8:30 am
Ending:May 22nd 2018 at 11:00 am
Contact Person:Eric Maribojoc
Contact Email:rmariboj@gmu.edu
Contact Phone:7039931875